Media & Arts
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Whether it’s a visit to the Anchorage Museum to explore Alaska Native Art and Culture or a trip to explore Fairbanks and the Northern Lights, Alaska Business provides statewide coverage of concerts, art exhibitions, and some of Alaska’s very unique activities including the Fur Rondy and the Iditarod. For all things entertainment, look no further than Media and Arts coverage from Alaska Business.
Latest Media & Arts News
KUAC public radio and television will stop carrying several radio and television channels on October 1 due to budget reductions.
Alaska Public Media (AKPM) welcomes Dr. Justin Clark and Dr. Jillian Woodruff as the newest additions to the statewide radio program, Line One. Clark and…
Alaska-born, Iñupiaq filmmaker Alexis Sallee’s directorial debut was awarded first place in the national 2019 She Directed Filmmaker contest, selected by voters and judges from more than 400 entries.
The groundbreaking new PBS KIDS series, Molly of Denali, premiered this week on PBS stations. Here are the profiles of six people whose efforts gave the show its Alaska Native authenticity.
Channel 2, KTUU-TV was honored with three regional Emmys, including the most prestigious award for Overall Excellence at the NATAS Northwest Regional Emmy Awards in Seattle.
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Bering Straits Native Corporation has grown as a company in large part because the leadership driving the company has grown and evolved. President and CEO Gail R. Schubert is an original BSNC shareholder, an Inupiaq Eskimo born and raised in Unalakleet.
The Alaska Native Justice Center is one of six organizations nationwide to be honored with the 2019 Paul H. Chapman Award from the Foundation for the Improvement of Justice.
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Out of the Mine and into the Smelter
Mining has long been a key fixture of Alaska’s economy. On a small scale, people flock to the 49th state to tour different operations. Kennecott Mine was once a booming copper mining site and is now a National Historic Landmark, attracting tourists eager to visit the ghost town and get a feel of the Gold Rush era it once dominated.